The Sunday Mail
Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya left for Belgium Wednesday afternoon for a two-week attachment with Belgian top flight side KV Mechelen.
Tonderayi Ndiraya, who was accompanied to the airport by club board chairman Bernard Marriot and chief executive officer Jonathan Mashingaidze, will return on March 2.
The attachment is part of a partnership arrangement between KV Mechelen and Dynamos which was brokered by Belgian sports consultant, Gino Laureyssen, who also worked with CAPS United when they won back-to-back league titles in 2004 and 2005.
“I can confirm that Ndiraya has left for Belgium. He will be at KV Mechelen, a top Belgian side for two weeks,” Mashingaidze told Sunday Mail Online.
KV Mechelen, who have four league championships, are currently seventh on the 16-team Belgian First Division A after 26 rounds of action.
The Antwerp province team has also won the Belgian Cup twice, as well as the 1987-88 European Cup Winners’ Cup and the 1988 European Super Cup.
Ndiraya will arrive in Belgium in time for Mechelen’s home match against Waasland-Beveren on Saturday.
Mechelen will then play Sint-Truiden away on February 28.
Ndiraya will, however, miss the clash against Knowledge Musona’s AS Eupen on March 7 as the DeMbare gaffer returns to Harare on March 2.